I have been covering New Jersey news for more than 25 years, and have served as New Jersey 101.5’s lead investigative reporter since 2000. I've reported on a number of breaking news stories, including the 9/11 Terror Attacks, the Jersey based Anthrax Attack Investigation, the resignation of Governor Jim Mcgreevey, Hurricane Irene and Superstorm Sandy as well as the terror bomb attack down the shore. I have covered the campaigns of Governors McGreevey Corzine, and Christie, as well as U.S. Senators Frank Lautenberg Bob Menendez and Cory booker. Additionally, I broke the story – in a series of reports – on New Jersey’s crumbling, dangerous bridges. I am proud to have received numerous awards for coverage of New Jersey stories, and been featured as an expert reporter on CNN’s Nancy Grace show, covering various topics including the Prom Mom Baby dumped in Trash segment.
Crime dropped in 2017 — just not in these NJ suburbs
Statewide averages are looking good. But those numbers don't tell the whole story.
Do we have enough nurses in NJ hospitals?
A new push to establish mandatory nurse-patient ratios in all Garden State medical centers.
Forgetting parking ticket could cost you $1,000 and your job
Pay a thousand dollars because you forgot about a parking ticket? It sounds crazy but it can and does happen in New Jersey.
NJ housing is filet mignon but we need Hamburger Helper, advocates say
Advocates say doing so will boost the state economy
This year’s flu season is bad, and it keeps getting worse
This year's flu season keeps getting worse in New Jersey. Health officials say we're not in a crisis yet, but they are concerned.
Will you soon be getting more take-home pay from work?
The new tax laws will mean many NJ residents could soon be getting a bump in the money they take home.
What’s being done to improve service on NJ Transit?
Gov. Murphy says progress is being made as he announces a new NJ Transit leader.
People in Mercer County are afraid to drink their tap water
Residents in several Central Jersey towns are upset and concerned about the quality of the water coming out of their faucets.
Are we ready for a serious emergency in the Garden State?
The state OEM has an advanced emergency communications system at the ready, just in case.
Opioids killings hundreds in NJ — Do people care?
Despite a widespread ongoing campaign to educate the public about the dangers of opioid abuse, a new survey finds many Garden State residents aren't getting the message.